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Modern Conflicts

RealLifeLore

The 21st century may be the most peaceful in history so far, but we are still not completely free from wars and conflicts. From 1980 to the present day, Modern Conflicts explores recent struggles between nations and peoples.

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RealLifeLore — Modern Conflicts

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Why does 80% of the US live in the eastern side of the country? Why can’t you measure the coastline of Britain? Why is 82% of Mexico empty? The world is full of mysteries that people often don’t ponder and RealLifeLore is here to answer the questions you’ve never thought to ask.

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